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Medical Malpractice In Louisiana Law

Medical Malpractice In Louisiana Law

Andrea Mongler October 19, 2017 Comments Off on Medical Malpractice In Louisiana Law

By Andrea Mongler “Medical malpractice” is a term most people would prefer not to hear. For patients, it can evoke fears of death or disability caused by medical errors. Doctors and other health care

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Calla

Calla

Mario Pacetti October 19, 2017 Comments Off on Calla

1400 Market St. • Lake Charles • 337 419-1980 My wife Chelsea and I recently celebrated our anniversary. We decided to go have a nice dinner at Calla. Roman Seigel had taken over as

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Have A Cigar

Have A Cigar

Justin Morris October 19, 2017 Comments Off on Have A Cigar

A Tobacco Pilgrimage To El Paraiso, Honduras   By Justin Morris It may be hard for many of you to imagine, but my life does exist outside the world of performers and artistic works

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Some Old Favorites

Some Old Favorites

Mario Pacetti October 5, 2017 Comments Off on Some Old Favorites

I would first like to start off by saying that my thoughts and prayers are with everyone who has been impacted by the devastation caused by Harvey and Irma. These two hurricanes have destroyed

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After Hours

After Hours

Brad Goins October 5, 2017 Comments Off on After Hours

Lake Charles’ Unique Economy Makes 24-Hour Service Attractive For Many Local Businesses By Brad Goins Lake Charles — and its nearby metropolitan areas — is in a transitional stage in which some people still

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Aporkalypse Now

Aporkalypse Now

Brad Goins October 5, 2017 Comments Off on Aporkalypse Now

Hunting Feral Hogs From The Sky Texas Feral Hog Hunters Are Shooting From The Sky. And Somebody’s Making A Lot Of Money. By Brad Goins Since 2011, it’s been legal to shoot feral hogs

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Earthquakes, Too?

Earthquakes, Too?

Karla Wall September 21, 2017 Comments Off on Earthquakes, Too?

Louisiana Has A Long List of Natural Disaster Risks.  Are Earthquakes On It? By Karla Wall It’s the peak of hurricane season as I write this, and the Texas and Louisiana Gulf coasts have

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Le boute s’approche

Le boute s’approche

Justin Morris September 21, 2017 Comments Off on Le boute s’approche

Story By Justin Morris Photos By David Simpson Our nice little corner of the Bayou State has certainly seen its share of talented and influential musicians over the decades, many whose name and influence

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Locked And Loaded

Locked And Loaded

Lyles Martin September 21, 2017 Comments Off on Locked And Loaded

The LSU Tigers Face A Season Of Extensive Rebuilding Story By Lyles Martin  Photo By Steve Franz/LSU After taking over for Les Miles after the loss to Auburn last season, Ed Orgeron came full

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Amped Up: MSU Football Season Preview

Amped Up: MSU Football Season Preview

Rick Sarro September 20, 2017 Comments Off on Amped Up: MSU Football Season Preview

Story By Rick Sarro Photo By Jesse Hitefield Lance Guidry’s Second Act The Curtain Will Soon Rise For The Cowboys 2017 Season Lance Guidry’s opening act as McNeese’s head coach was far from a

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